If you have ancestors from southeastern New York, this CD-ROM could unlock your past!
This collection of birth and baptism records was compiled from the New York church registers of 1660-1916 by Arthur C.M. Kelly. Containing over 75,000 records from Dutchess, Greene, Putnam, Rockland, Ulster, and Westchester counties, New York Births & Baptisms: Southeast Region provides details on more than 220,000 individuals. In addition to the child's name and date of birth or baptism, researchers can find information on parents' names, the names of sponsors, and notes included in these vital records. You can search by name, year, record location and more to find the facts you need.
First settled by the Dutch in the 17th century and later acquired by the British, New York has been one of the most influential states in U.S. history. Presidents, scientists, musicians, military heroes, industrial pioneers, and many others who have helped to shape the nation from its inception have called New York home. Millions of immigrants established their families here while working for the American ideals of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
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